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Commercial Lifts for Indoor Use

  • Posted on March 23, 2017 at 12:07 am

Commercial lift is a secure, economical and cost-effective way to resolve accessibility challenges in public settings. It is extremely reliable, easy to use and 100% maintenance free. There are different types of commercial lifts available for indoor and outdoor use. Hydraulic and electric battery operated models are commonly available. From a wide range of accessibility solutions, you can choose the one that meets your requirement.

Commercial lifts for indoor use are built with superior quality materials and are available in a wide range of finishes. These can be customized to suit your dcor requirements. The most popular commercial lifts are wheelchair lifts which provide access to all kinds of staircases–spiral, straight and curved. These can be installed easily and do not require any architectural modifications for the building. Some of the commercial indoor solutions include vertical wheelchair lifts, portable wheelchair lifts, inclined platform lifts, elevators, dumbwaiters, material lifts, package lifts and stair lifts.

Features of Commercial Lifts for Indoor Use

Emergency stop and alarm button
Battery back-up is provided in case of power failure
Automatic sensor stops in case of danger due to obstructions in the path
For better protection, handrails are provided
Anti-skid models enhance safety
It is very important to get the required commercial lift model from a reliable supplier. Reliable dealers stock only branded products of Savaria Concord, Federal Elevator, Bruno, Adaptive Engineering, and ThyssenKrupp Access. They can provide quality installation and regular maintenance of your wheelchair lift. Be careful to choose the dealer that gives much importance to the safety and comfort of the user.

Benefits of Commercial Lifts for Indoor Use

Durable and long lasting
Easy to maintain
Easy to assemble components
Powerful
Flexible to use in different commercial settings
Safe, smooth and quiet ride
Do not require machine room
Easy to install
Real space savers
Weather resistant Commercial Lifts – DAY provides a complete range of mobility products in the categories of elevators, wheelchair lifts, dumbwaiters and stair lifts for homeowners, builders, developers and architects.

House Plant Care – Insect Control in Garden Fruit Plantings

  • Posted on March 22, 2017 at 11:45 pm

Growing fruit in the home garden can be an interesting, fun and rewarding hobby. This does not happen without a great deal of work. House plant care can be very easy with a few tips to keep them healthy.
Control of pests (diseases and insects) is an integral part of the care necessary to obtain good results. Insect infestations reduce yields and lower the quality of harvested garden vegetables and home fruit plantings. All plant parts may be injured by insects. Some insects bore into roots, seeds or stems. Others destroy crops by chewing on the succulent foliage, stems or fruits. Plant diseases are carried by certain insects. Control can be maintained all season by a combination of cultural practices, mechanical control, biological control and chemical applications.
Cultural practices such as pruning, sanitation, variety selection and selecting open, sites for planting are necessary for good pest control.

How to Use the Spray Schedules

Most fungicide (disease control product) and some insecticide (insect control product) applications are effective only if applied preventatively. The timing of these preventive sprays is based on the growth stage of the plant and forms the foundation of the spray charts that follow. In very rainy seasons, sprays may need to be applied more frequently than the schedule given in the following charts. Wet weather favors development of the disease causing organisms and more chemical protection is needed. Also, rains can wash off the fungicides and insecticides. When rain occurs before a spray has dried or if rainfall totals more than 1 inch within 24 hours, the spray should be re-applied. Fungicides provide more benefit when applied before a rain than after, because protection from infection by disease-causing organisms is needed when plant surfaces are wet.

Additional Spray Tips

One of the biggest mistakes home fruit growers make is to allow their trees to grow too tall. If trees are maintained at a manageable height, it is easier to spray them properly, as well as to harvest the fruit. Proper pruning practices reduce the amount of spray needed and permit better coverage. The type of sprayer used depends on the size of the fruit planting. For most plantings of small fruits or for a few small fruit trees, pump-up sprayers are adequate. Trombone-type sprayers are helpful for taller trees. For the increased spray volumes required by larger home orchards, power sprayers are recommended. Honey bees and other pollinating insects must be protected from insecticides, which will kill them. Do not spray fruit plants with insecticides while the plants are in bloom.

Pesticide Safety

Most of the pesticides suggested for use are low-toxicity materials. However, some precautions are needed:
Keep pesticides in the original, labeled container.
Keep pesticides in a locked storage cabinet, away from children or pets.
Read the label each time before you use the product.
Wear rubber gloves, goggles, a long-sleeved shirt, long pants and a hat when mixing and applying pesticides. Refer to the label for required protective gear.
Handle the pesticide carefully when mixing. Avoid breathing dust or vapors. Wash any chemicals off the skin immediately with plenty of water.
Never apply insecticides and fungicides with a sprayer that has been used for weed killers.
Do not spray if it is windy.
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Varieties of garden tillers available

  • Posted on March 21, 2017 at 3:09 am

A cultivator is needed to prepare a lawn for plantation work. This tool breaks up the soil and aerates the ground. It turns up the layer of soil and prepare for seeding and plantation.

Availability of different garden tillers can confuse anyone especially one, who is buying his first equipment. It is certain that you won’t buy the tool that is too big for your lawn but still there are so many factors to be considered that you might take some time in choosing an appropriate cultivator.

First you have to make a choice between an electric device and a fuel driven tool. Electric cultivator looks good but it has a tailing wire that might make it difficulties like you have to manage the wire when moving the tool so that the wire doesn’t come in to contact with the spinning blade. On the other hand, a fuel driven device is just perfect as it is a compact tool. You fill fuel tank and in this way make it ready for use.

A cultivator is needed to prepare a lawn for plantation work. This tool breaks up the soil and aerates the ground. It turns up the layer of soil and prepare for seeding and plantation. Every gardener needs a cultivator and for this reason this tool is in great demand. Manufacturers of gardening equipments have launched a wide range of garden tillers in the market. Since there are a number of cultivators available, you can make a choice or find one that suits to your needs most.

Electric garden tillers are popular among homeowners but these equipments are useful for small jobs, where you need to prepare a portion of the lawn. But if there is a farm then you certainly need a petrol driven device because you will need a large electric wire to move an electric cultivator on a large ground.

Petrol cultivators have one advantage that is they are heavy-duty tools. Petrol driven motor is much better than an electric device because petrol can generate more power than its electric counterpart. Buy a handheld petrol tiller and have peace of mind. You can use this tool as and when required without caring for electric supply.

Look for the variety of petrol garden tillers available and choose one that suits to your needs most. Here you might need determining your needs first. You should know how much area of the lawn you need aerating and how many times will you need tiller. You don’t need a heavy-duty tool, if there isn’t much work to do in the lawn. You can buy a convenient petrol tiller for small jobs.

Author Bio

Lambert Weiss enjoys gardening in the evenings and the weekends with his family. Writing about gardening tools is a way for him to express and share his experiences. For more information visit water pumps for sale and gardening supplies.

History of the Small Garden

  • Posted on March 20, 2017 at 5:59 pm

Where space is restricted, the design of that space becomes all-important. A brief look at the garden in history still has relevance for the owners of small gardens today, even though the terms of reference were often quite different. Many of the elements which make up the design of todays small garden have historical antecedents, while the number of old gardens which actually remain indicates that they have stood the test of time visually and as places for use.

In its earliest from the garden was basically an enclosure, made of thorn or scrub, to keep out marauding animals and keep in domestic ones. The enclosures later took the form of a mud wall, and were a defence against other humans as much as animals or were intended to shield off the heat of the sun. When nomadic community settled, the enclosures because places for growing both food and plants. This creation of a small private sanctuary characterized early enclosed gardens all over the world, though there function of course varied according to the climate and the way of life.

Early Formal Gardens

The earliest recorded gardens seen in Egypt seen in 3000-BC, were surrounded by a mud wall to absorb some of the suns heat. The house was also within this square or rectangular enclosure. The formal layout of early gardens was necessitated by the need for irrigation channels to provide water in a hot, dry climate. These divided the garden into geometric areas and, in the grander gardeners, the irrigation channels became formal pools with fish and there were arbours to sit under, overhung with vines, and shade giving palms. The Egyptians grew onions, which were there staple diet, and other vegetables and herbs for their medicinal value.

This basically formal style of garden characterized the whole Islamic world during the next few thousand years. The enclosed paradise gardens of Persia were often walled and the walls hung with grapevines and climbers. Fruit trees were cultivated, including peach, apple, cherry, banana, date, fig and olive. The Persians also grew flowers such as poppys, lilies, chrysanthemums, narcissi and roses in formal beds between the stylized cruciform shapes of the water canals. The idea of a flowering paradise within a formal setting is captures in Persia writings, painted miniatures and woven into carpet patterns.

The Indian and later the Moorish garden evolved from the Persian glorieta. Water was the essential thread of continuity, weaving through and links different plating areas, while creating a cooling effect. The Moorish influence stretched along the whole of North Africa, into Sicily and to southern Italy and thence to the Sierra Nevada in southern Spain. The style and form of the garden remained much the same, enclosed by buildings and high walls to provide shade and privacy. They were designed for outdoor living while remaining within the confines of the house.

The Moorish garden in Spain generally consisted of several court yards, known as patios, with water as the connecting link. Many patios contained a long canal with a central fountain and there were ornate pillars and tiled walls and floors. Cypress and orange trees were planted in sunken beds and usually lines the walls to give extra shade, while aromatic plants were grown in pots along the edge of the water scented the air.

Outdoor TV Become a High-end Fashion Consumer Goods

  • Posted on March 20, 2017 at 11:51 am

As lifestyles change,digital outdoor entertainment more and more get the welcome of consumer.It can be said that many families have been gradually accustomed to participation in recreational activities, outdoor activities to replace indoor activity,so many people choose waterproof outdoor tv for outdoor entertainment,it will be a huge change in consumption trends.

Besides, More and more public places in the United States forbid smoking.In order to boost business,many bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants are now installing outdoor television systems for smoker.

Though some consumers may consider an unnecessary device that would primarily used just for show and not for actual use,but this year is World Cup year.many people choose to go to bar for the World Cup watching,And even some football clubs organize member to watch the world cup together.so this particular innovative appliance is obviously becoming more and more popular for the nature lover and the outdoor enthusiast.

Although it was expensive, it can also provide much benefit in terms of viewing enjoyment and to deliver more value through provide video services.Some models of outdoor LCD television can be mounted on walls of screened porches or patio while some can be mounted on aluminum poles for those who wish to have television viewing in their backyard or by the poolside.you can now invite friends in for a visit,or organize the party.Therefore, you and your friends would be able to enjoy the beer while watching the World Cup, experiencing the dual enthusiasm brought by beer and football,while the little ones run around with Their football.enjoying the sunset with a glass of wine or a romantic breakfast with your loved one during sunrise and enjoy their outdoor TV.The outdoor tv users do not have to worry about potential damage,because It’s been carefully designed.The all-weather surfaces that are able to resist wind, moisture, dirt, scratches, and yes, even a pouring rain.Outdoor TV models also have connectivity with other video sources such as CD and DVD players or connect with computer to watch network TV by using the outdoor TV,Work, leisure without hampering the other.